Famous Physical Therapists Bob Schrupp and Brad Heineck describe the precautions that should be followed after undergoing an “Anterior” total hip replacement. Warning- Most hip replacements are not done with an anterior approach- you need to ask your surgeon.
Dr. Peterson received extensive training in hip replacement while at the Mayo Clinic. He uses minimally invasive techniques including smaller incisions and muscle sparing approaches. His approach is called the Mini-Posterior approach. This approach enters the hip joint through the capsule in the back of the joint and avoids cutting the main hip abductor muscles which are responsible for walking without a limp. The main… Read the Rest
Milwaukee Bucks Head Coach Jason Kidd underwent a successful right hip arthroplasty Monday, December 21st. The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel first reported Kidd’s plans to have surgery.
“It’s been chronic for the last three to four years, since I was in Dallas the last time”. Kidd said the surgery will be performed by Dr. Edwin Su, one of the leading hip specialists in the country, at the Hospital for Special Surgery in NY. Kidd is not … Read the Rest
I had started running, and was enjoying it and wanting to train for longer distances when I was diagnosed with
bilateral hip AVN. I with a number of orthopedic surgeons, who all told me that I can give up things like running for good, and also that I should go through surgery immediately. I finally met Dr Vijay Bose in Chennai and his perspective was a little different. Anyway, to cut a long story short, … Read the Rest
August 8, 2013
It’s one year today since my THR so just a quick one to say thanks to everyone who’s given me all the great advice so far. Even a year down the line its good to read about things like ‘start up’ pain and know its nothing to worry about. I went for some professional physio and keep up the strengthening and core exercises at home so the hip is feeling strong. Mr. … Read the Rest
Larry Miller had back and leg pain, leg swelling and other issues that nearly
confined him to a recliner for a year. He had both of his hips replaced at Cox
Medical Center Branson, and now he’s up and about normally, walking every
morning pain-free.… Read the Rest
Johnny Bench underwent total hip replacement of his right hip in April of 2004 after suffering for years from chronic joint pain. He discussed his options with his surgeon and received a Stryker hip implant.
After undergoing the procedure, Bench was able to realize his lifestyle recovery goals and get back to his active life without hip pain. Since then, he has shared his joint replacement experience with attendees at Stryker educational seminars throughout the … Read the Rest
I had a delta motion hip surgery done last June, by Dr. Bose and so far, i am very happy with it. I have had no squeaks or other problems with it. My hip is pretty much pain free and feels almost as good as it did before the damage caused by avn. I had originally planned to get a BMHR, and during our discussion the night before surgery, Dr. Bose mentioned that if the … Read the Rest
February 17, 2011
I have had bi lateral THR. I had the first operation in September, and i waited for six weeks before i slept on my side with a pillow between my legs. It was awful, as i only managed to sleep for a few hours each night.
I had my second operation on January 10th, i was dreading the six weeks without sleep again. This time i put a folded pillow between my … Read the Rest
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Jackie Watkins Total Hip Replacement Anterior Approach with Dr. Kreuzer 2012
When I first started coming to your office in 2008, I was in so much pain due to Osteoarthritis intense in the left hip! On September 14, 2012, I decided to become pain free by way of recommended surgery using the Direct Anterior Approach with Stryker Navigation and with your anointed hands. You had encouraged me over the years to do … Read the Rest
Ninety-year-old Ed Tobachnik was not willing to give up those long walks with
his wife without a fight. But the severe arthritis in his hip was causing so
much pain that Ed’s active lifestyle was becoming almost impossible to maintain.
Ed saw multiple surgeons in Manhattan and was told he was too old for joint
replacement surgery. He was turned away. But Dr. Neil J. Cobelli of Montefiore’s
Adult Reconstructive/Joint Replacement Surgery department reviewed Ed’s … Read the Rest
By http://ezinearticles.com/?expert=Ed_Broadbent Ed Broadbent
I recently had a total hip arthroplasty or as it is more
commonly known total hip replacement.
I have decided to tell of my experiences as a patient in
order to help other potential patients make a decision
whether they should go ahead and have this particular
I am an active man over 65 years old who still works in the
outdoor profession of yacht chartering and, whenever… Read the Rest